What's the proper way to remove moss from a roof?

Just wondering…

Is that a picture of the roof or the lawn?

in this instance… roto-tiller? Till it under and re-sod…


Or Coal Shovel, perhaps—:lol:

Ronco Garden Weasel—:lol:

weed whacker


This is the best way I have found to do it


This is the best way to get rid of it.


Just give the home a “Green” Certification you deal-killer!!!

I recommend GOATS Joe. :smiley:

To seriously answer the question (although all the joke answers were right on) the moss growth on that roof is beyond being removable. If you remove it now, many leaks will result. That is a reroof job.

Thats what we use in my neck of the woods.:wink:

Gently scrub with a soft-bristle brush. No big deal.

It is way past its prime, the fascia is in as bad a shape as the roof. The only way to do this properly is reroof.

Joe A lot of gas and a match would work just fine. LOL

Guys, this was posted in fun. I was on the roof of the adjacent house, which I was inspecting. Noticed the POS tear-down next door and snapped that photo for grins and giggles.

Have a nice week, all.

Joe… (most) of us got it!!! :wink: